Identifying Caterpillar

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Variable Oak Leaf Caterpillar Moth Lophocampa caryae [popup] larva. Hickory Tussock Moth Lophocampa maculata [popup] larva. Spotted Tussock Moth.

Do you have big green caterpillars on your tomato plants? That's a sure sign that your garden is unwilling host to one of the most common tomato pests in North America, the tomato hornworm caterpillar..Although most caterpillars have hairs, known as setae, they are often almost invisible to the eye, being pale and thinly spread. Those with excessively hairy bo.s make up only a small percentage of the different species of moth caterpillar found in the British Isles and North America.Common name: saddleback caterpillar scientific name: Acharia stimulea Clemens Insecta: Lepidoptera: Limacodidae Introduction - Synonymy - Distribution - Description - Life Cycle and Biology - Hosts - Defenses - Medical Significance - Pest Significance - Selected References."Hey, I found a caterpillar!" When I was young, we were always on the lookout for cool insects, especially cool caterpillars. Maybe you just found one and you're lo.ng for a little help with identifying it..

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